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Firstly: when the medical profession persuades people to constantly examine their own bodies, and undergo tests, for cancer, it blithely ignores the “voodoo effect”. In other words, it could be one’s very obsession with cancer, of being highly susceptible to the suggestion that cancer is a real threat, that causes one to contract the disease in the first place.
Bowel cancer is the second most common cause of cancer death in the UK (2010), accounting for around 10% of all cancer deaths. It is the third most common cause of cancer death among men in the UK (2010), accounting for 11% of all male deaths from cancer. It is the third most common cause of death among women (2010), responsible for 10% of all female cancer deaths.
....... It’s worth having the procedure just to experience a performance of choral flatulation.  [ more like "Blazing Saddles" than "Close Encounters" ].
Likewise, you would need to determine a method for something like colonoscopy to "cause" cancer.